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the people of France


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She finds that rather than viewing "male citizens as gender-neutral beings against whom they contrasted women," (3) the French state hosted, instead, an "animated conversation" on paternity between 1914 and 1945.
The media elite would like French voters to forget that it was Monsieur Sarkozy who came up with the idea of establishing the French Council for the Muslim Faith (CFCM) and led the effort to establish it, as well as supervised its first election of officers in 2003.
Ecole du Val-de-Grace, Paris, France; and ([dagger]) Aquitaine Region of the French Police Force, Bordeaux, France
But as the reaction to the labor law demonstrated, many of the French like things as they are, even if the nation's long-term economic health is at risk.
The French army recruited more than 200,000 harkis to serve as counterinsurgency guerrillas against their fellow Algerians.
Despite my pride in my heritage, I never really dug the French way of life.
Smith extolled what perfect sense it made to celebrate the French in Washington: "We're a city designed by a Frenchman, Pierre L'Enfant.
The students involved in the project described below met these goals in French 4310, Special Topics in French Civilization and Literature, which required their participation in the French Summer Camp for 4th and 5th Graders in June 2004.
Longino examines ways in which the staged presence of the Ottoman armed seventeenth-century France to undertake colonial endeavors throughout the world by presenting the French with an image of themselves.
Over the past decade, the French economy has grown 20 percent faster than Germany's.
In the 1980s, the French discovered that President Francois Mitterrand had been a Vichy official before turning his coat when the going got rough, French churches harbored war criminals long after the war, and a Vichy functionary, Maurice Papon, who later served under French administrations into the 1960s, had directly delivered Jews to the Nazis.
Since 1993, Japanese imports of French goods have widened in tandem with an upswing in the level of Japanese direct investment in the French marketplace.
The French had added the Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye Group II aircraft to their naval air inventory in the late 1990s and commissioned the nuclear aircraft carrier Charles De Gaulle in September 2000.